Selling property can be a stressful, confusing and time consuming process. Propositions need to be carefully pondered and decisions, wisely made. Poor representation and bad advice can end up costing thousands, therefore impacting your capital gains. The best way to navigate through the journey is to select a vendor’s advocate to represent you, and your investments’ best interests.
The concept of a vendor’s advocate is a relatively new one on Australian soil. Comparatively, they have been around for decades in the US. Their counterparts, the buyer’s advocate, have been in Australia for around 15 years. Each have a specific role to play in property transactions, but which one do you need on your team?